AAU/University of Abuja Workshop on Online Teaching and Learning Management

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AAU/University of Abuja Workshop on Online Teaching and Learning Management

Background and Rationale
The dawn of the twenty-first century is being recognized as a knowledge era, of which higher education plays a crucial role. The primary goals of higher education institutions are enhancing and maintaining academic excellence, scholarship, and public service. Expectations of education quality and, the changing paradigms in teaching and learning are some of the challenges faced by the teaching fraternity all the time. These, when coupled with tremendous increase in demand for higher education calls for concerns regarding how universities accommodate the masses without compromising the quality of teaching and learning.

With the above trends occurring in almost every institution of higher learning, it has become imperative that faculty develop an aptitude for life-long learning and have an exposure to advancements in their field through continuing training and exposure to new knowledge such as online teaching and learning management. Online learning and digitized education are growing exponentially every day, not to mention the perpetuation of global massive open online courses (MOOC). Students of today, referred to as “digital natives” access free courses from adroit subject experts all over the world without boundaries space and time. As students strive to improve learning outcomes; faculty has to upgrade skills and knowledge to perform in the digital age institution and work environment.

It is against the above backdrop, that the Association of African Universities invites you to this capacity building workshop on Online Teaching and Learning Management.

Workshop Objectives

At the end of the workshop, It is expected that participants will

  • Understand the history and development of online learning spaces
  • Know the difference between synchronous and asynchronous learning
  • Understand how teaching and learning are changing in the digital world
  • Understand how technology can help in the classroom
  • Know how individuals make and communicate meaning with digital tools in
    online communities

Workshop Mode of Delivery

The workshop content will be covered through direct lectures, case studies, demonstrations, reading, listening, thinking, problem-solving, group discussion and video presentation. Active participation is expected. 

Target Group

  • All academic faculty
  • Learning and training instructors
  • Educational researchers and administrators
  • Directors and coordinators of distance education
  • Curriculum designers and developers,
  • eLearning managers and coordinators
  • I.C.T program directors


University of Abuja, Abuja-Nigeria


10th-13th June, 2019

Workshop Fees

The fee for International participants is $300 and $250 for participants from Nigeria.


Register by following the Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ontlm
or contact: Jephtar Adu-Mensah (jadumensah@aau.org; 233247675260)



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